SAMUEL P. KORPER, PhD, MPH Oral History April 4, 2022 This interview is being held with Samuel P. Korper, PhD, MPH, who was employed at NIH for nineteen years. During that time, Dr. Korper held two positions: first as the director of the Office of Legislative. ORAL HISTORY INTERVIEW . Philip M. Farrell, MD, PhD . Interviewed by . Clement Ren, MD . January 20, 2021 . ... PhD 18 . i . PREFACE . Oral history has its roots in the sharing of stories which has occurred throughout the centuries. It is a primary source of historical data, gathering information from living individuals via recorded. Ruby Oram, PhD in Public History and American History ('20) "This program is ideal for prospective students who want a foot in both worlds. I left the program feeling confident that I could work with cultural institutions as a public historian or pursue an academic career as a US historian in a four-year university. Prof. Sarah Street (Bristol), 'Oral Histories of Film Colour and the British Film Industry‘ 5 May 2017, Reading Group: Interpreting the Oral History Interview - We discussed Alexander Freund's article “Confessing Animals”: Toward a Longue Durée History of the Oral History Interview’ Oral History Review, 41, 1 (2014), 1-26. Milliff marries two methods of analyzing the content of oral history interviews: the human mind and, in true MIT fashion, computational analysis. His dissertation focuses on this kind of two-track analysis of oral history interviews. His focus is on interviews granted by Sikh people who were confronted with sectarian violence in India in the 1980s. All students are required to take HIST 5101 and 5102, usually in the spring and fall semesters of their first year, and to be eligible to teach their own courses, HIST 5103, usually in their last semester of coursework. First-year doctoral students must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.3 and receive at least a grade of B on the 5102 research paper. Three Chronological Fields - Areas of Strength - Language Requirements Examination Fields - The Qualifying Examination. In the past decade the graduate program in European History has expanded in new directions offering students a wide variety of concentrations — from late antiquity to the twentieth century and from medieval archaeology to modern Jewish history, to name just a few. Oral Qualifying Examination. Admission to candidacy for the PhD degree in most doctoral programs entails passing a qualifying examination. In the History Department at BU, this exam.
Oral history interview of Dr. Florence Haseltine, conducted by Tacey A. Rosolowski. This oral history interview is part of the Renaissance Woman in Medicine Oral History Project, sponsored by the Foundation for the History of Women. The Public History Program at ASU is one of the oldest in the country. Founded in 1980, it invites students to explore local and community history, digital humanities, historic preservation, oral history, cultural resources management, historical administration, museum studies, archival training and scholarly publishing. We train students to put history to work in the world—in National Parks.